Treasure Bingo Review
2014 will go down as the year that the owner of Costa Bingo decided to expand their network. When Rio launched earlier in the year we didn't expect that they'd be further additions to the stable. Following the arrival of Angry, Wish and Bingola (now closed), they were joined by yet another new kid on the block - Treasure Bingo. Is this really a "swashbuckling site with a treasure chest of bingo" and "a smuggle of slots"?
Introducing Treasure Bingo
With a name like Treasure Bingo there can really only be one theme for this site - pirates! And that it be me hearties! Well it was until The UKGC popped along. At launch Treasure was graphically pleasing and featured a pirate ship and a skull shaped island with buried treasure. Today there's just a light blue expanse as a background and a handful of treasure chests. You might want to head to Tombola for a Pirates fix!
Treasure Bingo Welcome Bonus
New players to Treasure Bingo who register, login and then deposit £10 will receive 120 free bingo tickets as a bonus. These free bingo tickets can only be used in selected rooms: Ticket To Ride (75), Just The Ticket (75), Golden Ticket (90) and Choo Choo Ticket (5 Line). The rooms are open from 10am to midnight daily and winnings are paid as real cash. No wagering terms apply. Further free tickets are offered on your second and third deposits. If you prefer a more traditional first deposit bonus then we suggest joining Costa or Sing.
Ahoy there me hearties there be free bingo games! Before you deposit you can trial Treasure Bingo via The Bingo Academy. This is a free bingo room that's open for two days after registration. Every 15 minutes you can play a 90 ball game with 25p for 1L, 50p for 2L and £1 for the full house. All prizes are paid in cash. It's not exactly big treasure but it does give you a flavour of what to expect should you decide to make Treasure Bingo your home. Withdrawal terms apply.
Treasure Bingo Promotions
Aha! Treasure describes itself as a swashbuckling site with a treasure chest of bingo. Inside that chest - or the lobby as we like to call it - you will find 75 ball, 90 ball, 5 Line and 52 ball games. Ticket prices range from pennies upwards. Typically you can expect to pay 5p or 10p per ticket on most games. There are a handful of penny bingo games too including some regular jackpot prizes. If you like free bingo then check out the £500 Big Bang that plays every Sunday at 9pm.
The best promotion at Treasure is the reload bonus offer. Deposit a minimum of £5 and play X Marks The Spot every day for six days. This gives you the chance to win free spins, bingo tickets or a deposit bonus each time you play. Deposit a minimum of £10 and you can play the game plus have access to the free Chest Reload room. Access is only valid for 24 hours from the time of the deposit and all games are for real cash.
For those who love slots then there's the usual mix of titles that are found on every other Dragonfish brand - and pretty much every site these days. Top titles include Millionaire Genie, Cleopatra, Fluffy Favourites, Wizard of Oz and Zuma. Surprisingly Treasure Bingo aren't pushing pirate themed games such as Pirate Princess - we think that would be much more interesting and on topic.
In our original review of Treasure we said that it "looks great" but we wanted a "little more other than just another skin of the same games but with different names". To be fair it looked better with pirates and not much has changed with regards to the latter point. That said we do like the no wagering terms that are now in place for the welcome offers and the free bingo is another plus.